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A Coaster Step is term used in swing dances, in particular in West Coast Swing to describe a Triple Step done in the pattern "back-together-forward" or "forward-together-back".<ref>Skippy Blair, Dance Terminology Notebook, 1995, ISBN 0-932980-11-2</ref> Most often it is the follower's step. As of 1994, the Coaster Step was still used in "Ballroom Swing", and is an identifying feature of that dance.<ref>Dance Terminology Notebook. Skippy Blair. 1994. Altera. pages 6, 16. ISBN 0-932980-11-2.</ref>

This step may be used in more complex step patterns, e.g., in one of Whip patterns.


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A Coaster Step is term used in swing dances, in particular in West Coast Swing to describe a Triple Step done in the pattern "back-together-forward" or "forward-together-back".<ref>Skippy Blair, Dance Terminology Notebook, 1995, ISBN 0-932980-11-2</ref> Most often it is the follower's step. As of 1994, the Coaster Step was still used in "Ballroom Swing", and is an identifying feature of that dance.<ref>Dance Terminology Notebook. Skippy Blair. 1994. Altera. pages 6, 16. ISBN 0-932980-11-2.</ref>

This step may be used in more complex step patterns, e.g., in one of Whip patterns.


Coaster Step sections
Intro   Coaster Step used instead of Anchor Step   References  

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